Wisconsin Republicans Put The ‘Q’ In GQP

The Republican Party of Wisconsin proudly announced in a tweet that they were having Mayra Flores speaking at their 2023 convention:

Flores is a former congresswoman from Texas that held office for six whole months, despite being called “the future of the Republican Party.” She won her seat in a special election and it took voters only six months to realize that she was an absolute RWNJ and showed her the door. But she’s just the type of person that the Wisconsin Republicans want to inspire them.

Just take a look at their new found hero:

In a tweet on Jan. 6, 2021, Flores shared the conspiracy theory that the attack on the U.S. Capitol was actually committed by leftist activists posing as Trump supporters, writing that the riot “surely was caused by infiltrators.”

On at least four occasions on Twitter, Flores shared hashtags associated with the QAnon conspiracy theory which holds that a cabal of Satan-worshiping “deep state actors” and Democrats secretly ran the government during the Trump administration.

Oh, and the best part is that she said that she included the QAnon hashtags to show that she was really against them. Uh huh, sure thing.

Although the Democrats can never take anything for granted, they handled that last two QAnon/MAGA nuts – gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels and supreme court justice candidate Dan Kelly – rather deftly.

Wisconsin Republicans Put The ‘Q’ In GQP

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